Celebrate Summer Solstice

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Celebrate the Summer Solstice today – the longest day of the year! Also known as Midsummer and Honey-moon time, the Summer Solstice is a time for joyous gathering, a time to be grateful for all that we have and all that is growing within and without. It is a time to honor our journey and the wisdom we have gained; a time to be outdoors adventuring in nature as it erupts all around us.

At our house, we celebrate around a fire in the ancient tradition, speaking, singing, dancing or silently praying our gratitude for all of our blessings. This is the most expansive time of year – our energy is high, and we need less rest, as the sun, at its highest point in the sky, fills every cell in our body with solar energy. As the crops and gardens flourish, it is a time to honor all of the abundance in our lives and request anything that we need. Lynne Twist speaks wisely of being cautious about asking for abundance in our lives. Instead ask for enough rather than more than we need. Enough will be provided, for much of what we need springs from within.

Find a way that suits you, but do take some time today to honor the first day of Summer, the longest day and shortest night of the year. Take a hike, go rafting, climb to a high point for the sunset. Show unrestrained joy! Create a family tradition around gratitude and blessings. Summer Solstice is a reason to rejoice!

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